Autism Pediatric Therapy is an organization which provides both one-to-one and group training for children with autism, Down Syndrome, learning disabilities, reading disabilities, behavior problems and ADD. We believe in the importance of helping each and every child reach new goals and milestones. Our goal is to provide our children with a positive and enriching environment, where they are able to learn and grow everyday.
Behavior Frontiers offers solutions to help individuals with autism and other special needs reach their potential using state-of-the-art applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment programs. Every individually designed ABA treatment program is tailored to meet the unique needs of the client and family with the goal of improving their quality of life. Treatment plans are delivered by our knowledgeable, expertly-trained and compassionate clinical staff members using accurate and results-driven ABA methods. We invite you to contact us to see how Behavior Frontiers can help individuals with autism and other special needs live their very best lives.
Behavior Therapy & Learning Center (Behavior TLC) is owned and operated by two Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s) dedicated to providing applied behavior analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism and other developmental and/or intellectual disabilities and their families. Behavior TLC services include a clinic-based day program, school consultation, parent and teacher training, social skills, and occasional in-home programs.
•The BTLC Day Program focuses on acquiring new skills, maintaining existing skills and decreasing unwanted behaviors.
•This service is a clinic-based, one-on-one service.
•A portion of clinic time will also focus on caregiver training and sibling training if appropriate.
•The Day Program offers full time, half time, and hourly tuition packages.
•The hours are from 8:30-2:30, Monday through Friday
•This service focuses on assessment-based, individualized curriculum
•The clinic has a camera system for viewing sessions
•The Day Program schedule imitates a typical classroom including calendar time, art, and group games daily
In Home ABA
BTLC’s in home ABA programs are geared specifically to the families’ individual needs. In Home services are limited to those clients who are medically unable to travel to the clinic or for those clients whose behavior plans are specific to the home environment. Due to the high demand for in home services we have very limited availability and the ability to provide those services are at the discretion of the supervising BCBA. Club TLC-Afterschool Program
•BTLC offers an afterschool program Mondays through Thursdays from 3:30-5:30.
•This program focuses on homework help and social skills for our elementary-intermediate aged students.
•This program is individualized as each student receives one-on-one assistance
•Lesson plans geared towards clients’ specific goals as indicated by assessment and parent report.
For those clients whose needs do not fit into one of the above models, we do offer a consultation service. This service can be used on an hourly basis with one of our BCBA’s or BCaBA’s as a provider. Often the consultation service is a parent training program where the therapist meets with the parent to discuss issues and guides the parent to implement a behavior plan in the home. This service can also be used for one of our therapists to attend ARD meetings or provide training to other caregivers or family members.
Behavioral Innovations has been committed to translating evidence based practices for people with autism within a practical and encouraging learning environment since 2000.
We are dedicated to transforming the lives of children, their families and their community by providing the highest quality of services. Our vision is to become the #1 trusted resource by delivering the highest quality of services in the most ethically and socially responsible way through eliminating boundaries for children with disabilities.
FEAT-Houston is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to “improve the quality of life of those affected by developmental disabilities by increasing resources and providing information about Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
FEAT sponsors workshops and meetings that provide training on effective treatment strategies for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and also provides information on ABA and special education law trainings through monthly emails and newsletters. Tuition reimbursement and conference stipend programs help support the development of ABA resources in the Greater Houston area and make it possible for more teachers and parents to learn about scientifically validated teaching methods for children, teens and adults with autism.
FEAT-Houston distributes a good newsletter which contains all sorts of classes and programs for autistic kids and their parents.
–A FEAT chapter for Clear Lake used to meet in the United Way building, but I’m not sure that group is still active.
Hidden Talents ABA provides treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Our focus is to help children grow and thrive by improving communication, social and adaptive skills. Hidden Talents ABA specializes in services for children from birth to age 12. Our experienced team of BCBAs develops programs to fit each child’s specific needs. The dedication of our clinicians and our comprehensive, collaborative approach will allow our clients to truly shine and succeed.
The Learning Repertoire, Inc. is a 501(c)3 charity that works directly one on one with children with Autism, PDD, and any other developmental delay. They utilize applied behavior analysis principles (ABA), occupational therapy, and psychological services for treatment.
The Reason for Hope is a Christian Pediatric Therapy Center providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, and Occupational Therapy to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Communication Disorders and/ or Behavior Disorders. They take insurance for some providers.
We create an individualized treatment plan for each child to reach missed developmental milestones.
Our long-term objective is to teach functional skills that help our clients become fulfilled adults in mainstream society. We will teach them the skills they need in order to participate in a typical school setting, maintain a job, and live independently as an adult.